Red Sox Minor League Gameday July 12, 2017

Red Sox Minor League Gameday

Today’s Games

MLBBoston Red Sox All-Star Break

ILPawtucket Red Sox All-Star Break

EL: Portland Sea Dogs All-Star Break

CLSalem Red Sox (Shaun Anderson) vs. Potomac Nationals [WAS] (TBD) [7:05 PM]

SAL: Greenville Drive (Jhonathan Diaz) vs. Kannapolis Intimidators [CHW] (Kelvis Valerio) [7:05 PM]

NYPL:  Lowell Spinners (Nick Duron) @ Batavia MuckDogs [MIA] (Ryan Lillie) [7:05 PM]

GCLGCL Red Sox vs. GCL Rays [12:00 PM]

DSLDSL Red Sox vs. DSL Astros Blue [10:30 AM]

Today’s Minor League Scores

Yesterday’s Scoreboard

Lowell Spinners (10-10)

Spinners score three in the second and two in the ninth, get to .500 with a 5-2 win

Durin O’Linger let in two unearned runs on five hits and two walks over 5 ⅔ innings; striking out four. Lukas Young yielded three hits and whiffed a quartet in 2 ⅓ frames. Juan Florentino allowed a hit and struck out one in the ninth.

Michael Osinski mashed two doubles and a single in four trips while also obtaining a stolen base. Juan Barriento blooped three singles in five at-bats; he was caught stealing once. Yoan Aybar dropped two singles and a sacrifice bunt in five appearances; picking up a steal of second. Frankie Rios ripped two singles and stole two bases in five excursions. Tanner Nishioka notched a single, a walk, a hit by pitch, and a stolen base in four attempts. Samuel Miranda singled once in four attacks. Raiwinson Lameda struck out three times and was hit by a pitch. Marino Campana put the ball in play four times but to no avail. Garrett Benge struck out thrice in his five frustrating forays.

GCL Red Sox (8-6)

Ninth-inning rally comes up short, Sox downed 3-2

Angel Padron allowed a run on two hits and two walks over four frames, whiffing a quartet. Victor Garcia followed with two perfect innings. Kory Behenna relinquished two runs – one earned – on three hits in two innings; striking out a pair.

Alberto Schmidt swatted a single in two trips before being pinch hit for by Carlos Pulido in the ninth; Pulido struck out. Juan Carlos Abreu singled once in three at-bats. Kervin Suarez and Tyler Esplin each went hitless in their first three excursions before getting back-to-back hits in the ninth; Suarez with a single, Esplin with a two-run tater. Trey Ganns walked once in three appearances. C.J. Chatham was hitless in three attacks before being pinch hit for by Pedro Castellanos in the ninth; Castellanos flying out to end the game. Andre Colon and Everlouis Lozada were unsuccessful in three trips. Cole Brannen contributed four futile forays.

DSL Red Sox (22-11)

Sox score four in the top of the 11th; upend the Astros Blue squad 9-5

Rayniel Moreno relinquished two runs on three hits – including a Nerio Rodriguez roundtripper – and a walk; whiffing four in five innings. Shair Lacrus was wild in his 1 ⅔ inning stint, surrendering three runs – one earned – on two hits, three walks, and three wild pitches; striking out one. Geraldo Perez pitched 2 ⅓ scoreless frames, giving up two hits and striking out a quartet. Luis Rivero hit a batter and whiffed a pair in the final two innings to pick up his fifth win.

Keibert Petit procured three singles and a sacrifice fly in six attempts. Freiberg Marin managed two singles and a walk in six sessions. Ivan Houellemont hit a single and drew a walk in four tries before being pinch hit for by Rafael Rincones in the 11th; Rincones drawing a walk. Angel Gonzalez got on via a single and a hit by pitch in five forays. Luis Hernandez hit a single and dropped a sacrifice bunt in five trips. Eduard Conde connected for a double and was plunked in five appearances before being lifted for a pinch runner in the tenth. Marcos Martinez came in for pinch runner Ronaldo Pulgar to take over catching duties and was hitless in his one attack. Alexander Martinez made it to first with a single and a hit by pitch in six attempts. Willis Figueroa went to first twice in six appearances – once via a base on balls and again on a hit by pitch. Fabian Andrade’s only positive contribution in five forays was a sacrifice fly.

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Brandon has worked the graveyard shift for a decade and, like any good vampire, is averse to the sun. His love of the Red Sox is so deep, he follows eight teams on a daily basis. He lives in Norwich, CT where he often goes to Dodd Stadium to watch minor league baseball with his best friend, his wife Dawn.

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